Unique Alternatives For Kids' Medical Alert Bracelets
Aug 15, 2013 - 2:10:49 PM
Medical alert bracelets are lifesavers but when kids don't like to wear - or
even refuse to wear - typical medical alert bracelets that are ugly, clunky
and even create a stigma that can prompt other kids to tease, that lack of
available medical information puts the child in danger when an allergic
reaction or medical condition comes up. But there's a new, unique solution
that is proving popular.... a vivid, fashionable alternative for a medical
alert bracelet that is as fun as it is functional.
Beware Bandits - www.BewareBandits.com - are an effective, easy-to-use
medical alert wristband for children with allergies and health issues that
children will love to wear. These bright, colorful bracelets sport
informative characters that correspond to the child's particular allergy or
condition to help to easily identify his/her medical challenge. The Beware
Bandits are a great reminder for friends, family, guardians and care takers
to keep a watchful eye out for potentially harmful allergic reactions and
health issues that a child (or teen or adult) might have.
The adjustable bands are made with a Latex-free band, and nickel-free snaps
to provide comfortable & forgiving bands that will survive the tough and
tumble activities of a child's daily routine. The bands even provide
additional information about the child and the medical challenge on the back
of the band.
Here are just a few of the Beware Bandits and their allergy and medical
- Billy The Bee: Insect Stings
- Yeehaw Yolk: Eggs
- Poker Face Peanut: Peanuts
- Wagon W. Wheat: Wheat /Gluten
- Saloon Shelly: Shellfish
- Mr. Moo: Milk/Dairy/Lactose Intolerance
- Powder Puff: Asthma
- Buckshot Bob: Diabetes
- Dr. Penny: Penicillin
- And many more...
The Beware Bandits are $5.99 and are available at Target and Publix stores nationally.
For more information go to: www.BewareBandits.com
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